Neil Peart: A Work In Progress DVD

Neil Peart: A Work In Progress DVD


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Media: DVD (Region 0)
Arrangement: Drums (DRUMS)
Artist: Neil Peart; Rush
Catalogue #: 902839
ISBN: 9780757990298
This Item Earns 71 Musicroom Points

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On this DVD, Neil Peart documents the 'work in progress' of recording Rush's album, 'Test For Echo', as well as the work in progress of Neil himself and his endless apprenticeship to the art of drumming.



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Customer Rating Very interesting. Great to hear how he plans out the intricacies of his drums with such great precision. Great for drum fans, and RUSH fans alike.
Gord

Customer Rating This is the worst drum DVD I've ever seen. Neil Peart is too far up his own backside.

For many years I have loved Rush (up until Hold You Fire, anyway. They got monotonous after that) and enjoyed Neil Peart's drum style. In fact, for most of the eighties he was my main influence.

Now, I'm afraid he's lost it completely. The drumming is repetitive at best with the same rhythms to most songs and the LONG boring, speeches to camera left me as cold the Canadian snow behind him.

I think it was the zen like way he spoke about drumming, like Mr. Myagi teaching Daniel San, that pretty much did it for me. "Use classic grip and wax on, wax off."

Get Portnoy or Beauford. You'll get more out of it by far.
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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 20/06/2002
Format: Instrumental Tutor
Length: Not specified
Language: English
Publisher: I.M.P.

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